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Dr Tim BulkeleyE100 Week 10: Prophets: three principles to unlock the code

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Prophets and prophecy: the most misunderstood part of OT, âmysterious messengersâ. A random chunk from a prophetic book will offer a confusing, seemingly muddled, confusion of vivid picture language. Yet, three simple principles can (usually) unlock the mystery and allow the prophets to speak:

* conversion not prediction
* context not timeless
* conversation not monologue

As I'll explain briefly in this podcast these three principles can cause mere fortune tellers to become evangelists, and their mysterious messages to become a call to convert, to change our behaviour, to redeem our world...

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Artist/Composer: Dr Tim Bulkeley
Keywords: prophet; prophecy; understanding the prophets; Bible; Old Testament

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